Two men were recently found guilty of fraud and conspiracy offenses related to their staging of car accidents for the purpose of defrauding automobile insurance companies.
A Stamford-based dentist recently reached a settlement resolving allegations that he engaged in a long-running and substantial scheme to submit false claims for dental services provided to residents of long-term care facilities in the state.
A Norwalk physical therapist was recently sentenced for obstruction and tax fraud offenses.
A Bristol woman was recently convicted of defrauding the Medicaid program.
Aetna announced Wednesday that it is in negotiations to move its headquarters out of Connecticut’s capital, where it has been based for almost two centuries.
Insurance Commissioner Katharine L. Wade recently announced that the department has officially notified health insurers that their health rate requests for 2018 will be the subject of public hearings on June 14.
An attorney from Trumbull was recently sentenced to three years in federal prison for participating in a life insurance fraud scheme.
A biotech firm recently inked a five-year lease in Old Saybrook.
A growing number of home foundations in central and northeastern Connecticut are failing because of the presence of pyrrhotite.
SCA Pharmaceuticals, an Arkansas-based company, has announced it will move into a 90,000-square-foot manufacturing facility in Windsor.
A former attorney was recently sentenced to three years in prison for defrauding clients of more than $900,000.
A Morris was woman was recently sentenced to 10 months in federal prison for health care fraud.
Six generic drugmakers are asking a federal judge in Connecticut to dismiss a 40-state lawsuit accusing them of artificially inflating and manipulating prices to reduce competition for antibiotic and oral diabetes medication.
Anthem Inc. threatened to raise rates for its Obamacare plans next year if the U.S. government stops funding subsidies for lower-income customers, putting pressure on the administration and Republicans to support a key piece of the health law.
Companions for Living, a specialized memory and home care company for older adults based in West Hartford, recently held a groundbreaking ceremony.
New Haven OB-GYN Group P.C. has leased office space in Hamden through a long-term lease.
Both Republican and Democratic state senators in Connecticut are throwing their support behind legislation that would allow expectant mothers to enroll in health insurance outside of the yearly open enrollment period.
U.S. stock index futures hit six-week lows on Monday after President Donald Trump failed to push through his health care bill, raising concerns about his ability to deliver on his economic agenda.
A Milford psychiatrist who authorities say prescribed Adderall, Xanax and other drugs to people who didn’t medically require them is headed to prison.
A Connecticut pharmaceutical company has announced it plans to lay off more than 200 employees in the coming weeks.
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